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 Sarasota Skatepark

USA, Florida

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Latitude: 27° 20.033' N
Longitude: 82° 31.637' W

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Payne Park (formerly Mobile Home Park), Laurel Street.
I-75 south to Sarasota, exit Fruitville Rd. west, follow for a few miles, then left on 301,then left on Laurel St.The skatepark is in Payne Park.

English (Translate this text in English): Payne Park (formerly Mobile Home Park), Laurel Street.
I-75 south to Sarasota, exit Fruitville Rd. west, follow for a few miles, then left on 301,then left on Laurel St.The skatepark is in Payne Park.

English (Translate this text in English): Payne Park (formerly Mobile Home Park), Laurel Street.
I-75 south to Sarasota, exit Fruitville Rd. west, follow for a few miles, then left on 301,then left on Laurel St.The skatepark is in Payne Park.

English (Translate this text in English): Payne Park (formerly Mobile Home Park), Laurel Street.
I-75 south to Sarasota, exit Fruitville Rd. west, follow for a few miles, then left on 301,then left on Laurel St.The skatepark is in Payne Park.

Location 

Public access? 

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 Spot Characteristics

Alternative name Payne Park

Spot info

Spot quality 

Experience 

Type of spot Skatepark

Indoor/Outdoor Outdoor

Designed for Skate, Roller

Good for Skate, Roller

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Week crowd 

Week-end crowd 

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Atmosphere 

Contact information

Name Sarasota Skatepark

Street 2050 Adams Lane

City Sarsota

State or province Florida

zip code 34236

Phone (941) 373-7932

Website http://www.sarasotaskatepark.sarasotagov.com/

Email 

More details

Size 2787

Open From 3:00 pm to 8 pm

After dark 

 

 $5 a day, $30 a year

Requirements

Pads 

Helmet 

Features

Skate Mini Ramp, Quarter Pipe, Spine, Vertical Ramp, Bowl, Others

Urban Stairs, Rails

Pool Slide, Ladder

Equipment info

Surface/Construction Concrete

Condition Good Condition

Designed/Build by Team Pain

 Additional Information

This skatepark is separated into three sections:

One section is a flow course with about every skateable radius you can think of with unlimited line choices. The course changes from 3 ft. bowled corners to 11 ft. over vert corners. A mixture of pool and steel coping throughout. There are rolling over hips as well as regular hips on every corner. Words alone really cannot describe this place.

Next to the flow course is the beginner area that has smaller transitions and mellow hips to learn on.

Next is the street course. Team Pain has been taking a new direction in creating street areas to emulate real street spots. There are manual pads in every direction, hubba style ledges, straight ledges, a 7 stair rail, 2 smaller rails back to back, and a granite bench on top of a small pyramid. Really simple but lots of fun.

There is also an 8ft. to 4ft. backyard style pool with a deathbox, light, a love seat, and shallow end steps. The great thing about this place is that it is free. All you need to do is fill out a waiver.

Text source: http://www.concretedisciples.com

English (Translate this text in English): This skatepark is separated into three sections:

One section is a flow course with about every skateable radius you can think of with unlimited line choices. The course changes from 3 ft. bowled corners to 11 ft. over vert corners. A mixture of pool and steel coping throughout. There are rolling over hips as well as regular hips on every corner. Words alone really cannot describe this place.

Next to the flow course is the beginner area that has smaller transitions and mellow hips to learn on.

Next is the street course. Team Pain has been taking a new direction in creating street areas to emulate real street spots. There are manual pads in every direction, hubba style ledges, straight ledges, a 7 stair rail, 2 smaller rails back to back, and a granite bench on top of a small pyramid. Really simple but lots of fun.

There is also an 8ft. to 4ft. backyard style pool with a deathbox, light, a love seat, and shallow end steps. The great thing about this place is that it is free. All you need to do is fill out a waiver.

Text source: http://www.concretedisciples.com

English (Translate this text in English): This skatepark is separated into three sections:

One section is a flow course with about every skateable radius you can think of with unlimited line choices. The course changes from 3 ft. bowled corners to 11 ft. over vert corners. A mixture of pool and steel coping throughout. There are rolling over hips as well as regular hips on every corner. Words alone really cannot describe this place.

Next to the flow course is the beginner area that has smaller transitions and mellow hips to learn on.

Next is the street course. Team Pain has been taking a new direction in creating street areas to emulate real street spots. There are manual pads in every direction, hubba style ledges, straight ledges, a 7 stair rail, 2 smaller rails back to back, and a granite bench on top of a small pyramid. Really simple but lots of fun.

There is also an 8ft. to 4ft. backyard style pool with a deathbox, light, a love seat, and shallow end steps. The great thing about this place is that it is free. All you need to do is fill out a waiver.

Text source: http://www.concretedisciples.com

English (Translate this text in English): This skatepark is separated into three sections:

One section is a flow course with about every skateable radius you can think of with unlimited line choices. The course changes from 3 ft. bowled corners to 11 ft. over vert corners. A mixture of pool and steel coping throughout. There are rolling over hips as well as regular hips on every corner. Words alone really cannot describe this place.

Next to the flow course is the beginner area that has smaller transitions and mellow hips to learn on.

Next is the street course. Team Pain has been taking a new direction in creating street areas to emulate real street spots. There are manual pads in every direction, hubba style ledges, straight ledges, a 7 stair rail, 2 smaller rails back to back, and a granite bench on top of a small pyramid. Really simple but lots of fun.

There is also an 8ft. to 4ft. backyard style pool with a deathbox, light, a love seat, and shallow end steps. The great thing about this place is that it is free. All you need to do is fill out a waiver.

Text source: http://www.concretedisciples.com

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